LifeLine Projects

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London Borough of Barking and Dagenham
London Borough of Havering
London Borough of Redbridge

More recent news from LifeLine

Mind the Gap: Are the wheels coming off the system?

A couple of weeks ago I was listening to the excellent BBC Sounds programme, World of Wisdom. On this episode, a listener called in with a problem concerning the 24-hour news cycle of the world we now live in. She said that all the negative reporting, especially of world conflicts, was making it hard for her to raise a child...

2 hours ago

 by Nathan Singleton

Case Study: Early Help Collective

The Early Help Collective is an initiative funded by the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham to provide guidance and support to parents. LifeLine Projects is working alongside six other organisations in the Collective to answer parents’ questions, signpost them to helpful services, bring them together to support each other, and support their mental health.

2 hours ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

Creative English supports local health literacy

Thanks to funding from the borough’s Health Inequalities Fund, FaithAction will be delivering Creative English for Health sessions in Barking and Dagenham through a partnership with three local community hubs. Over the year, the programme aims to reach 225 local residents, who do not speak English as their first language, and help improve their general health literacy, English language skills,...

3 hours ago

 by Andrew Welsby

Local Faith Leaders Network enters next phase

This month, a diverse group of faith leaders in Barking and Dagenham gathered together to hear about an exciting new programme that will see faith groups getting involved in running vital health-focused projects for their communities. The Faith Leaders Network is a network of leaders from different faith groups united by a desire to meet local needs through practical acts...

3 hours ago

 by Andrew Welsby

Using social media for good

This is my first piece of the year—but I won’t be talking about the New Year resolutions you should consider or how 2024 will be your year for personal growth. I’m returning to a theme that often comes up—change, particularly when it comes to new technology. We live in the Information Age, where we have immediate access to a vast...

1 month ago

 by Nathan Singleton

Case Study: Serious Group Violence mentoring

LifeLine's SW!TCH Lives programme is funded through the Community Safety Team of the London Borough of Havering. The SW!TCH Lives team provides support to vulnerable young people in Havering, who are at risk of or who are currently known to the Criminal Justice System, to prevent their situation from worsening. The service works closely with the Council’s Youth Offending Service and Probation...

1 month ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

SW!TCH Futures to support 400 more young people in London

We’re delighted to announce that our SW!TCH Futures programme for young people on the edge of poor mental health, criminal exploitation, and education exclusion will be expanding even further. Thanks to funding from the new Propel initiative, we’ll be expanding our team of Youth Development Workers to support an additional 400 young people across East London over the next two...

1 month ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

Do what you can, with what you have

Each December, as it gets closer to the end of the year, I find myself becoming more reflective– thinking on what we've gained and what we've lost over the past twelve months.We've taken on quite a few new staff, lost a couple along the way, and welcomed back some former colleagues to LifeLine once more. We've forged new partnerships, helped...

3 months ago

 by Nathan Singleton

 

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